FreezeCrowd is the premier real friend community network where members are free from constant notifications, and bullying. People are now joining FreezeCrowd with their educational email address, which means everyone who is on the platform is currently enrolled or associated with a college or university. This empowers users to know that the people they’re interacting with are part of the school community.
FreezeCrowd prides itself on being a platform which offers ways for students to connect safely and network within the community. Users can contact each other through the photos they post, and its unique “break the ice” feature. So, if your friend uploads a photo with you in it and freeze tags you, you will be notified and able to communicate with them and others in the photo in a community forum. Each photo serves as a forum to communicate within the picture.
This network organization is especially helpful for meeting new people. For instance, if your school held a fundraiser event for incoming students , and you were looking forward to meeting the organizer, but all you had was a photo, it’s the perfect scenario to preserve this photo memory on FreezeCrowd. You can utilize FreezeCrowd to initiate the communication by uploading the photo of yourself and the organizer, tag the organizer and strike up a conversation. And you never know, others in the photo might be interested in your future philanthropic plans as well. Upload and categorize your photos as club, society, team, study group, and more to make it easier to sort and freeze with moments and connections in time.
The FreezeCrowd platform gives people the opportunity to make connections in a meaningful way without having to send impersonal invitations. The additional facilitation and security, hands down, make networking and keeping in touch with your friends easy, and without worrying about bullying.
FreezeCrowd is Preventing Cyberbullying
Bullying has been around for a long time, and the advent of the internet and social media has made bullying more prevalent. While there has not been as much press about cyberbullying as there once was, the problem has not gotten better nor gone away.
Cyberbullying eventually affects everyone. Since cyberbullying is commonly carried out using anonymous or fake accounts, one of the best ways to prevent it is by assuring the authenticity of users on the social media platforms you use.
For example, one solution is not to interact with accounts you do not know on social media. You can also block and report accounts of this type to further protect yourself. Another solution is to sign up and use platforms like FreezeCrowd.
Eric Leebow and his team created FreezeCrowd as a place where college students could reliably and safely go to build out their networks and keep in touch with the people they met during these important years and beyond. The platform was built entirely with the user privacy preferences in mind, and for a productive experience.
In addition, the team is looking for like-minded partners to help them expand their user base and overall offering. For more information or to sign up, visit FreezeCrowd today!
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